China will start trading its first stock options next month in a bid to boost the development of the country’s capital markets.
China's Internet holding company Tencent has launched China's first private, internet-based bank as a result of a government regulation last year that effectively opened the state-controlled banking industry to private investors.
China and Thailand agreed to establish yuan clearinghouses to boost commercial ties between the two nations.
Proposed regulation is an important first step in risk management for banks and financial products.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission has approved the initial public offerings of 12 companies, in a move that could temper fluctuations in markets.
China is investigating a senior official of the country’s chief securities regulator on allegations of violating the law, with local media linking the probe to approvals of company listings.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission said it has concluded drafting the rules for a new approval management system for initial public offerings in the country's bourses.
China’s banking regulator has given the green light for more local governments to establish asset management firms that will handle bad loans owed by local governments and financial institutions.
China’s State Council has asked the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) to fast-track the mapping out of rules and regulations for the country's Internet finance.
China has waived the payment of taxes on profits made from the Shanghai-Hong Kong stock cross border trading scheme, in a move aimed at encouraging more investors to buy stocks in both bourses.